“When you focus on what’s wrong, you get more of what’s wrong. Conversely, when you focus on what’s right, you get more of what’s right.”
Gina Mollicone-Long ~ Author of the newly released book Think Or Sink
Where is your focus this week?
Filed under Advice, Believe, emotion, Organization, procrastination, Rest
Tagged as focus for writers, focus on positive, inspiration for writers from Mary Jo Campbell
Having just quit my “day job,” I am focusing on realigning my life as a writer. I have the opportunity to spend my days doing work that I love. At the same time, I know I must take advantage of this gift of time, and use every moment for what is best for me. I do not want to get caught up in other people’s expectations and tasks I think I should do, but which really aren’t important.
Kathy, You have just the right attitude! Go girl! Keep us posted of your successes!
Cara: I, also, need to realign and reorganize before selecting my next writing path. Looks like you’re on the right route : )
Madeline: Timers! They keep us real and accountable. How long do you set yours for and for which projects?
litsnitch: thanks for stopping by! Yes, I’ve heard great things about this book, it’s my “TBR” (To be read)
A timely question. I have spent the past week regrouping, re-prioritizing my writing goals, and have decided what I need is more focus. Accordingly, I am going to focus on creative nonfiction short stories and haiku right now.
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